I was at the store the other day and noticed these glasses. They claimed they would make Christmas lights look like little snowmen. Like the X-ray glasses you used to see in comic books, I didn't believe it until I tried them on.
Remember when you saw "Inception" and thought, "Man, thank God people can't really enter my dreams and plant false memories in my head!" Then you sat back for the next two hours totally confused. Well . . . nobody panic, but scientists just performed a successful inception .
Kids don't always say the darnedest things. For the older generation that grew up with relics called record players and still think VCRs are the best way to watch movies, today's computers are to be feared, much like the prospect of another Paris Hilton album.
Sure, your dad saidhe didn't want anything for Father's Day, but that might also have been a not-so-subtle hint that, thanks to the last several holidays, he has quite enough ties and golf balls, thank you.
How would you like the ability to "lock" your firearm if it is ever stolen or out of your control? Yardarm Technologies has developed new technology that could be a game changer when it comes to gun safety.
Internet giant Google is giving us a glimpse of the future, through our own eyes. Project Glass offers an augmented reality experience through a lightweight headset. Even though Project Glass is still in it's testing stages, some lucky enthusiasts will get the opportunity to test out these future-tech glasses for the low price of $1500, if accepted.
As a way to create a simulation of the human brain, a group of researchers at Google constructed a neural network made up of 16,000 computer processors. Then, they turned their creation loose on the internet where it immediately developed a taste for cat videos. This thing is so human it’s scary!
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